Design and development of a bamboo plant growth chamber
Date of Publication
Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering
Gokongwei College of Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering and Management
Elmer Jose P. Dadios
Defense Panel Chair
Defense Panel Member
Ryan Rhay P. Vicerra
Renann G. Baldovino
Nilo T. Bugtai
Jonathan R. Dungca
This study presents the design and development of a bamboo plant growth chamber. This contains The conceptualization to implementation of the structure in which plants may be grown indoors. Using enclosed environmental chambers is an upcoming approach for indoor farming. Vertical and aquaponics farming techniques are used to conserve space and water usage. The chamber consists of a steel frame structure and enclosed with bamboo. The environmental chamber houses plants that are monitored by and cared for by automated systems. The cost of construction and operation were measured to assess the cost effectiveness of the environmental chambers.
The constructed chamber was built as an alternative to traditional farming techniques. It also serves as a medium in which automated monitoring and feedback plant cultivation systems can be developed and implemented.
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Agricultural innovations; Agricultural machinery; Farm equipment; Greenhouses--Environmental engineering
Cotoco, E. A. (2018). Design and development of a bamboo plant growth chamber. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_masteral/5429